Lactobacillus Bulgaricus is an important bacterium used in fermenting yogurt. It roams throughout the digestive system and helps produce lactic acid, thereby providing a good environment for other beneficial bacteria to grow, especially Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria.

Lactobacillus Bulgaricus:

  • Aids digestion of dairy products
  • Stimulates production of “interferon and “tumor necrosis factor”, immune regulators
  • Produces lipase, critical to lipid (fat) metabolism
  • Helps reduce cholesterol levels
  • Produces natural antibiotics to inhibit harmful microorganisms
  • Breaks down complex proteins for easy assimilation
  • Alleviates acid reflux
  • Supports beneficial, indigenous gut flora
  • Helps with disposal of metabolic wastes
  • Aids colon cleansing without disrupting beneficial flora